Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Last Chance for an Easy Landscaping Cleanup Job!

Hey there. Did you know that even though housing in the rest of the country is certainly having its up and downs, Washington State has become one of the fastest growing markets in the country? Now may be the time to change homes, but in many cases there’s one problem: Your property is a mess! We can help, however. Part of our Spokane landscaping services include landscape site cleanup. If you’re thinking of selling a property as the market bounces back, now is the time to schedule that job.

Don’t get me wrong; we love working all year round, but it’s easiest for everyone if you schedule these jobs before cold rain and snow hit the ground. It’s faster, safer and has the least complications. We have the heavy equipment to do heavy landscape cleanup jobs quickly, and thanks to great partnerships in the community we can get your wreckage hauled away just as fast. We know there’s nothing more annoying than seeing an idle Dumpster in your yard or driveway!

These big cleanup jobs cover a wide range of tasks. Sometimes we have to get rid of scrap from a recent home renovation, tear down a broken patio or dismantle an old hardscape. We can rapidly apply basic landscaping to any disturbed ground by laying down basic coverage like loose stone. (We can do sod and other more elaborate work, but with winter on the way, it might not be the best idea.)

We have the most fun tearing big things down, however. Lots of homes and commercial properties feature rickety old barns, lurching, rotted sheds or extensions that were never built quite right. We can either do the teardown ourselves or work with your contractor if you’re doing an end of season renovation.

You can see us having a blast clearing a site here:

Whatever you need, we can get it done – and sometimes you can even help. Take a look at our customer helper page to see how much fun it is. Just remember, if you need to get your property ready for sale or just get rid of a big eyesore, now is the time – don’t let it stick with you all winter!

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